One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.
When Ruth is preparing to appear in front of the federal appeals court, she practices in front of a panel of mock judges, including her former professor Gerald Gunther and the legal scholar, civil rights activist, and pioneering Episcopal priest Pauli Murray. During the practice session, Murray assumes the identity of a male judge; in fact, in Rosalind Rosenberg's 2017 biography "Jane Crow: The Life of Pauli Murray," Rosenberg reveals that Murray was in fact what we would today characterize as transgender--she identified as male. See more »
The cab driver who takes Ruth to Mr. Moritz's house runs a stop sign. See more »
A documentary is a documentary and a movie inspired by real events is just that. Each stand alone. RBG is an outstanding documentary to which On the Basis of Sex should not be compared. Yes, the movie is old fashioned reminding one of the classic movies of the 40s. So what. The subject matter is still timely even more so in the climate we are now living in...unfortunately there are probably many who want to go back to the "great" pre-Ginsburg days.
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